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Ways to Help

Did You Know Norton Healthcare Is Not-for-Profit?

As a not-for-profit health care provider, Norton Healthcare relies on the generosity of the community to help us continue to provide the quality of care our patients have come to know and expect. This generosity includes financial support through our foundations, as well as volunteer efforts at our hospitals.

Volunteering at Norton Healthcare

You can help by volunteering — either in a hospital or with events held by one of our foundations.

Volunteer at:

  • Norton Audubon Hospital
  • Norton Brownsboro Hospital
  • Norton Children’s Hospital
  • Norton Hospital
  • Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital

Norton Healthcare Foundation

The Norton Healthcare Foundation raises funds to purchase new equipment, provide programs and education, and fund research that makes a difference for the more than 400,000 patients and their families who come to us for help each year. Find out how you can make a difference in the health and well-being of our community!

Make a Donation

When you donate to the Norton Healthcare Foundation, your gift will help support our four adult-service hospitals — Norton Audubon Hospital, Norton Brownsboro Hospital, Norton Hospital and Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital — as well as our service lines, including Norton Cancer Institute, Norton Heart & Vascular Institute, Norton Neuroscience Institute, Norton Orthopedic Institute and Norton Women’s Care. Norton Healthcare also is partnered with the Chuck Olmstead Memorial Fund. Our online donations page makes giving easy.

Make a Donation

Host an Online Fundraiser

Planning a community fundraiser is fun and exciting! You have the opportunity to help Norton Healthcare patients and their families by raising funds for the Norton Healthcare Foundation.

You can make your own fundraising page to share with friends and family! It takes only a few minutes to personalize the page with your story and photos to express your passion and your purpose.

Host an Online Fundraiser

Norton Healthcare: Answering the Call

Learn how Norton Healthcare has answered the call to serve the health needs of our community through the support of the Norton Healthcare Foundation and Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Contact

Norton Healthcare Foundation
234 E. Gray St., Suite 450
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 629-8060
foundations@nortonhealthcare.org

Norton Healthcare Foundation – 8060

Norton Healthcare Foundation

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(502) 629-8060

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